It's fixable but you will need to put some kind of fiberglass or carbon fiber backing to hold it together as suggested earlier. I've you're not experienced at fixing plastic it may be best to get it done professionally also as suggested earlier.
I wonder if maybe that was a poorly fitting windscreen and/or the mounting screw was too tight?
Haha that's a price sheet for a local concrete company, it's showing terms for past due accounts. I'm a ok ! lol I'll call around some shops and hope someone can fix it. I went and re-torqued everything on the bike, took me a good afternoon to do it. Thanks for the suggestions guys !
First off if you where on the interstate contact the DOT department of transpertation. They have insurance for it you have to fill out the claim form and make sure you put on the claim form the OEM price for your plastics and the estimate from the best paint shop in town so they can get a perfect color match for your Busa...
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You need to contact the DOT department of transportation they have a claim form go back out pull off where you hit it take pictures of the pot hole and call the police to take a report then file it with DOT with the part# and price from a dealer for replacing it send a copy certified mail with signature if you know a lawyer have the firm send it on there letter head " you will get paid a lot faster".
I never tighten a well nut very much. Not even to the point of snug. The tighter you go the more the rubber expands. causes rubber to split or worse, split fairings. Tighten those 'til the head of the screw contacts and then go a couple more turns. Finger tight is fine.